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Naloxonazine is a potent irreversible mu opioid antagonist. Naloxonazine forms spontaneously in acidic solutions of naloxazone, and may be responsible for much or all of the irreversible μ opioid receptor binding displayed by the latter.
- Oxymorphone-3-methoxynaltrexonazine (OM-3-MNZ) a similarly structured opioid also having two complete & mirrored morphinan carbon skeletons but which is a full agonist instead.
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